This noted astrophysicist / geoscientist has lost patience with global warming dogma.
Polar bear populations are still growing despite global warming, according to new research.
Predictions that global warming would wipe out polar bears are based on “scientifically unsound” computer models, according to a new study by a veteran zoologist at the University of Victoria.
The results of a DNA test done on the bear revealed it was just a blonde grizzly bear, not a polar-grizzly hybrid.
A new study by Canadian scientists once again debunks the notion polar bears are currently being harmed by global warming. Researchers with Canada’s Lakehead University found “no evidence” polar bears are currently threatened by warming.
Former Vice President Al Gore shocked Americans in “An Inconvenient Truth” when he said polar bears were drowning because global warming was melting Arctic sea ice, but now a new study shows that polar bears did just fine even when there was no ice covering the Arctic.
CFACT used our display at COP 21 to inject four "inconvenient facts" into the COP. They are the kind of rock solid, 100% scientifically valid points that leave the warming-indoctrinated spluttering. Here they are.
Polar bear populations in the Arctic are at record numbers (at least since humans started recording them), so it should be no surprise that all of a sudden President Obama is NOT talking about them. Instead, on his recent Alaska trip, he called for more icebreaker ships at a time he is also trying to claim that Arctic ice is shrinking (when it is not) and glaciers are retreating (which they have been doing for well over a century).
In 1993 there were 1,400 polar bears in Canada's western Hudson Bay. Far from being depleted by alleged global warming, that number has hit nearly 2,200.
While many people believe that polar bears are in danger because of global warming, it might surprise them to learn that polar bear numbers have actually quadrupled in recent decades...
A Christmas card from Einar Du Rietz, CFACT.EU After the Copenhagen farce, it's finally time for joy and for good news. So let me, as a seasons greeting, send a small reminder about he situation for the cute polar bears. According to, among others, the international WWF the population is currently around 22-25 000 individuals, a stable population after a steady increase since the ban on hunting in 1973. As for the arctics, the polar bears home turf, the ice has so far spread to increased levels this year. Interesting, or sad however, is that though WWF clearly states that the [...]